Where does Yan Bingtao live now?

Yan Bingtao is a professional Chinese snooker player. After defeating Muhammad Sajjad 8–7, he became the youngest player to win the Amateur World Snooker Championship.

Yan qualified for the main tour for the 2015–16 season, but was unable to obtain a UK visa, so he decided to spend the year finishing his education in China. In 2016, he resumed his career.  At the 2017 Northern Ireland Open, he became the youngest-ever ranking event finalist. The match was won by Mark Williams 9–8.

Yan won his first ranking title in the Riga Masters at the age of 19 early in the 2019–20 season. He became China’s third player to win a ranking title (after Ding Junhui and Liang Wenbo)

He won his first Triple Crown event at the 2021 Masters, winning every match in deciding frames until the final, where he defeated John Higgins 10–8, coming from 3–5 and 5–7 down.

Yan became the first player born in the year 2000 to join the tour when he travelled to the United Kingdom at the age of 16. He eventually settled in Sheffield, where he has remained ever since.